Coventry City Council is set to suspend four additional bus lanes in the city and permanently remove one bus lane.
Back the Bid – that’s the key message being promoted on the city’s ring road with the installation of new signage supporting Coventry’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021.
Safer Recruitment training for Schools and Early Years Providers in Autumn and Spring Terms 2017-2018
Coventry and its twin city of Kiel have celebrated 70 years of friendship.
A Leading City Councillor is urging organisations to bid for grants to help feed children during school holidays.
Coventry-based Positive Youth Foundation is getting set to lead the city’s youth network.
Coventry citizens are being invited to come together and talk at OneCov 2017
A unique concert will be creating a buzz in Coventry to celebrate World Mental Health Day.
The award-winning musical "Annie" is coming to the Belgrade stage next May and the search is on for children to take part in this spectacular show.
A Coventry man has been sentenced to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work and a £900 fine for being caught with counterfeit cigarettes.
The council is working with partners to pledge support and raise awareness of this important day.
Explore, consider and learn how to use art when teaching modern foreign languages in this cross-curricular workshop.
Next Sunday (17 September) will see thousands of cyclists join the HSBC UK City Ride in Coventry.
John and Margaret Hartley have been named as Good Citizens thanks to their hard work in the Coventry community.
A team of 31 Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) employees recently donated 175 hours transforming Whitley Common Woods.
School term has begun and homework is being set. Do you or your children need help with homework?
The directory of schools and other educational establishments has been updated.
Coventry City Council have made a number of recycled laptops available for distribution to community groups and voluntary sector organisations across the city.
Terry Greville has been nurturing the Holyhead Road allotments and watching them grow for the past 50 years.
Once again Coventry joins in the Europe wide Heritage Open Days to celebrate our rich heritage.
Eid Mubarak from the Council to all of its staff and residents. Today we celebrate Eid-al-Adha, an important and joyful day in the Muslim calendar.
A run-down shopping centre is to get a bright new look in a major project that will breathe fresh life into a Coventry community.
More than half of Coventry secondary schools have recorded improved results in this year’s new, tougher GCSE exams in either English or maths.
Proud staff at three care homes in Coventry are amongst the first to receive dual accreditation in both the React to Red Skin campaign and Infection Control certificates.
A number of Coventry library services will change from 4 September, including Hillfields Community Library moving location and three other city libraries becoming Volunteer Run libraries.
Cyclists of all ages and abilities will ride Coventry city centre streets on 17 September when HSBC UK City Ride takes place.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor and Council Leader are writing to the Mayor of Barcelona on behalf of the people of Coventry to send our deepest condolences to the people of, and visitors to Barcelona.
Coventry’s sixth formers are celebrating their A-Level results today with 98% of students achieving an A*-E grade, in line with national levels.
From mid-September we will be changing the way we collect your bins.
From 30 September to 10 October, Collective//Pod presents 'Scratch the Surface - DIALOGUE 2017".